Category: Dr. John D. Burrow

Knee Replacement Revision Surgery for Infection

John D. Burrow, DO Knee Replacement Surgery is a very safe and effective way to treat severe painful arthritis in the knee.  About 750,000 Americans underwent knee replacement (arthroplasty) surgery in 2018.  As Americans live longer and expect a higher quality of life as they age, the number of knee replacement surgeries will keep growing. … Read more »

When is Knee Joint Revision Surgery Necessary?

John D. Burrow, DO As a fellowship-trained Orthopaedic Adult Joint Reconstruction Specialist, I perform joint replacement surgeries of the knee and hip AND joint revision surgeries for both.  Knee replacement is a very effective way of treating painful arthritis in the knees and close to 800K are performed in the United States each year.  This… Read more »

November Community Lecture Features Dr. John Burrow – Effective Treatments for Hips and Knees

Are you suffering from knee or hip pain and need surgery? Community Lecture – Overcoming Arthritis Pain: Effective Treatments for Hips and Knees Join Dr. John Burrow as he discusses treatment options for painful arthritis of the hip and knee. Learn about the latest non-surgical and surgical options for relieving pain and restoring function. MAKOplasty,… Read more »

We Welcome Lauren Copley, PA-C to the OSC Family!

OSC is delighted to welcome Lauren Copley, PA-C as our newest provider and member of the OSC team! Starting on Wednesday, July 5, Lauren will serve as an Orthopaedic Physician Assistant for OSC Specialists Mark McFarland, DO and John Burrow, DO.  She will assist in surgery at Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital and in patient… Read more »

April Community Lecture Features Dr. John Burrow – Effective Treatments for Hips and Knees

Are you suffering from knee or hip pain and need surgery? Overcoming Arthritis Pain: Effective Treatment for Hips and Knees Join Dr. John Burrow as he discusses treatment options for painful arthritis of the hip and knee. Learn about the latest non-surgical and surgical options for relieving pain and restoring function. MAKOplasty, computer-navigation, Jiffy Hip,… Read more »

John D. Burrow, DO Awarded Board Certification in Orthopaedic Surgery

Congratulations to Dr. John D. Burrow on being awarded Board Certification in Orthopaedic Surgery by the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery (AOBOS), the Bureau of Osteopathic Specialists (BOS) of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).  Dr. Burrow’s Board Certification will be in effect through 12/31/2026.  We are proud of Dr. Burrow for this accomplishment in… Read more »

Congratulations to the Orthopaedic & Spine Center 2016 Top Docs!

Pictured left to right:  Boyd W. Haynes III, MD; John D. Burrow, DO; Jenny L. F. Andrus, MD; Raj N. Sureja, MD; Mark W. McFarland, DO We are delighted to announce that five (5) OSC physicians were named “2016 Top Doctors” by their physician peers in a survey conducted by Coastal Virginia Magazine.  We hope you will… Read more »

June Community Lecture Features OSC Fellowship Trained Joint Replacement Specialist, Dr. John Burrow

Overcoming Arthritis Pain: Effective Treatment for Hips and Knees Join Dr. John Burrow as he discusses treatment options for painful arthritis of the hip and knee. Learn about the latest non-surgical and surgical options for relieving pain and restoring function. MAKOplasty, computer-navigation, Jiffy Hip, and other surgical techniques will be discussed, as well as OSC’s… Read more »

How Alcohol Affects Orthopaedic Surgical Outcomes

by John D. Burrow, DO Among Orthopaedic physicians, it is well known that smoking can increase back pain and can retard healing after surgery.  Smoking restricts blood flow by decreasing the size of blood vessels, thereby limiting the amount of nourishing, oxygen-rich blood that gets to the post-surgical wound site.  Any Orthopaedic physician worth his/her… Read more »

Andy Murphie Sr., DVM – Total Knee Replacement

Dr. Andy Murphie, Sr. performing veterinary surgery at Anderson’s Corner Animal Hospital in Toano, Virginia. I have been dealing with a very painful knee for many years.  The first injury occurred in 1962 and there were multiple injuries since that time, during which I underwent knee arthroscopy 5 times.  The discomfort had reached the level,… Read more »